Name Recombinant C-Reactive Protein (rCRP)
What is rCRP? CRP belongs to the pentraxin family of proteins and is also known as an acute phase reactant. It is produced by the hepatic cells in liver following response from macrophages and adipocytes.
What is it used for? It is an important marker of inflammation and injury.
Strain Mammalian cells
Accession no. P02741
Tag None
Purity High pure (SDS-PAGE)
Testing method Turbilatex
Stability 1 year (Accelerated)
Storage 2-8°C
Molecular weight ~23-25 KDa

YBL rCRP salient features

  • Purity percentage: ≥98% purity for rCRP was observed and purity profile was checked using SDS-PAGE.
  • Stability data: rCRP is stable for I year at 2-8°C in accelerated stability study.
  • Testing Platform: Spinreact
  • Testing Method: Turbilatex

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